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Did you miss the Thursday, February 21, 2019 city council meeting? Not a problem! We are here to help you stay up to date on what is happening in our City.
Council Workshop Highlights:
Received a report by the Planning & Development Department on future items to be presented to the City Council. These items include updates to the development process, builder model home permits, certificates of occupancy, parking standards, comprehensive fee schedule, and development area regulations.
Received a presentation from Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) on potential impacts on a rail stop in Corinth.
Discussion of certificates of obligation bonds to be sold in March 2019 for the construction and improvement of city streets; drainage mitigation; improvements to the water and sanitary sewer system; and the construction of a water storage tank.
Council Regular Session Highlights
Awarded a contract with WCD Enterprises LLC for grounds maintenance for Corinth City Hall and the Public Safety Facility and to D&D Commercial Landscape Management for the mowing and related maintenance to all Corinth rights of way, parks, and the public works facility.
Clarified language on the requirements of a quorum to the Finance Audit Committee and the purpose and duties of the Keep Corinth Beautiful Commission.
Approved an Interlocal Agreement for Cooperative Purchasing with 1Government Procurement Alliance and the Lake Dallas Independent School District (ISD). The purpose of these agreements is to obtain substantial savings for participating governmental entities through cooperative purchasing.
Held discussions and approved a rezoning request to amend the Planned Development District for the Millennium Mixed Use Development to provide clarity on a few of the provisions as well to address the eventual abandonment of Dobbs Road in the future and to revise the parking standards for the development.
Amended regulations allowing inflatable "balloon" signs to promote sales events for a temporary period of time.
Approved changes to the City’s Landscaping Ordinance to provide for landscaped edge areas for residential subdivisions adjacent to City Thoroughfares. Also quantified a fee per caliper inch for tree mitigation.
Adoption of the 2018 International Construction Codes for the following: building code, residential building code, fire code, plumbing code, fuel gas code, mechanical code, energy code, existing building code, fire code, property maintenance code and the 2017 National Electrical Code.
Based on recommendations from TXDOT approved an ordinance amending the speed limit of FM 2499, within the City of Corinth, from 50mph to 45mph.